This museum is very small, only 5 minutes walk from the terminal. Everyone is 4 dollars, but everyone else gets in for free. There are some spectacular costumes here, a lot of information about them is written in English and Spanish, and the carnival scene is well understood. Many costumes are made of recycled materials, and there are some very scary masks. It took me thirty minutes to see the restaurant and it was fun. Fortunately we went to see it.
A crazy holiday for the people of South America! The excitement is extraordinary, and the costumes are very different! Interesting
Carnival is a portrayal of the natural character of South Americans.
The Carnival Museum is dedicated to commemorating sister Huanhuan, a characteristic cultural form of South America. It is the most lively festival every year in several South American countries, with beautiful women like clouds.
South Americans are generally more enthusiastic and passionate, and it can be seen from the visit that there are no props and extremes.